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Cancelled Sheffield concert re-scheduled to May 29th

  • Source: by Mike Kovacich
Paul McCartney Hallam FM Arena Concert re-scheduled to Thursday 29th May 2003


Please accept the apologies of Paul McCartney, Marshall Arts and the Hallam FM Arena for the postponement of the 'Paul McCartney Back In The World' concert at the Hallam FM Arena on Sunday 6th April 2003.

However, we are thrilled to announce that Paul McCartney has been able to re-schedule the Sheffield date to Thursday 29th May.

Original tickets purchased for Sunday 6th April are now valid for Thursday 29th May and do not need to be exchanged.

Should you be unable to attend the re-scheduled show please return your tickets to the point of purchase for a full refund before Friday 16th May. Please note that refunds can only be given when the original ticket purchaser presents the unused ticket, and that refunds will be issued to the original method of payment e.g. credit card to credit card.

Should you have any further questions about the new date or obtaining a refund please do not hesitate to contact the Arena Box Office on 0114 256 5656.

Once again please accept our apologies for any inconvenience, but hope you enjoy what promises to be a very special performance.

Kind regards
Marshall Arts Ltd.


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by Vivienne Westwood sh : November 5, 2014 9:37 PM EST (Guest)  click to register
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by vivienne westwood an : November 5, 2014 9:48 AM EST (Guest)  click to register
It was a triumphant return to the catwalk for Wood, who had a career as a model before she raised a family.
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by vivenne westwood : November 5, 2014 9:19 AM EST (Guest)  click to register
`You know, America is an isolated territory, with all those editors who think they are so powerful. Mostly, I think they are rubbish. And I don`t like fashion magazines either. Someone asked me the other day, if I really was a world controller, what is the first thing I would do. I would stop advertising.`
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by Vivienne Westwood Ne : November 5, 2014 1:57 AM EST (Guest)  click to register
Not content to blend into the crowd, these aren`t just any PVC shoes. All Melissa shoes are made with the brand`s own PVC which is- wait for it- scented. This footwear smells of bubblegum, thanks to the `candylicious` scent of Melissa`s PVC.Recent years have seen fashion brands move towards a more sustainable and fair production method, eliminating damage to the environment wherever possible. The PVC used to make the shoes is entirely free from animal products, totally hypo-allergenic and fully cruelty free. As well as all this, it is totally, 100% recyclable, putting the fashionista`s conscience at ease.
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by vivienne westwood br : November 1, 2014 9:08 PM EDT (Guest)  click to register
Trust punk priestess Vivienne Westwood to turn London Fashion Week upside down.
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by westwood online : November 1, 2014 12:23 PM EDT (Guest)  click to register
The designer also goes on to criticize the Metropolitan Museum, and the American fashion press in general, complaining: `I was very cross with the Metropolitan Museum for not taking my retrospective. I think it`s ridiculous.
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by vivienne westwood ba : October 31, 2014 2:48 PM EDT (Guest)  click to register
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